Ranking political theory journals (2022)


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It’s always good to have data. Here are all the articles published in Political Theory in the last six years of the Strong editorship (1994-1999), all six years of the White editorship (2000-2005), and the ongoing Dietz editorship.


22, 1, 1994

Gender Inequality and Cultural Differences, pp. 5-24
Susan Moller Okin

Spirited Commonality and Difference
The Judgmental Gaze of European Women: Gender, Sexuality, and the Critique of Republican Rule, pp. 25-44
Michael A. Mosher

“Internal Restlessness”: Individuality and Community in Montesquieu, pp. 45-70
Alan Gilbert

Between Modernity and Postmodernity: Reading Dialectic of Enlightenment against the Grain, pp. 71-97
Christopher Rocco

Labor Regulation and Constitutional Theory in the United States and England, pp. 98-123
Karen Orren

Three Ways to Be a Democrat, pp. 124-151
Ian Shapiro

22, 2, 1994

Social Conflicts as Pillars of Democratic Market Society, pp. 203-218
Albert O. Hirschman

Democracies, Institutions, and Persons
Quality of Life and Quality of Persons: A New Role for Government?, pp. 219-252
Robert E. Lane

Citizen as Erastes: Erotic Imagery and the Idea of Reciprocity in the Periclean Funeral Oration, pp. 253-276
S. Sara Monoson

Aggregation and Deliberation: On the Possibility of Democratic Legitimacy, pp. 277-296
Jack Knight; James Johnson

Promises, Promises: The Abyss of Freedom and the Loss of the Political in the Work of Hannah Arendt, pp. 297-322
Alan Keenan

22, 3, 1994

Athena’s Cloak: Plato’s Critique of the Democratic City in the Republic, pp. 363-390
Bruce Rosenstock

Pragmatism and Liberalism between Dewey and Rorty, pp. 391-413
Richard Shusterman

Responsibility and Integrity
Integrity and Politics: An Alternative Reading of Rousseau, pp. 414-443
Ruth W. Grant

Universal and General Wills: Hegel and Rousseau, pp. 444-467
Arthur Ripstein

Twilight of Modernity: Nietzsche, Heidegger, and Politics, pp. 468-490
Leslie Paul Thiele

22, 4, 1994

Reading Machiavelli: Innocent Gentillet’s Discourse on Method, pp. 539-560
Victoria Kahn

Achilles, Socrates, and Democracy, pp. 561-590
Richard Holway

After the Family Wage: Gender Equity and the Welfare State, pp. 591-618
Nancy Fraser

Fear, Technology, and the State: Carl Schmitt, Leo Strauss, and the Revival of Hobbes in Weimar and National Socialist Germany, pp. 619-652
John P. McCormick

23, 1, 1995

The Pariah and Her Shadow: Hannah Arendt’s Biography of Rahel Varnhagen, pp. 5-24
Seyla Benhabib

The Political Logic of Economics and the Economic Logic of Modernity in Max Weber, pp. 25-47
Peter Breiner

Self-Interest Rightly Understood, pp. 48-66
Harvey C. Mansfield

Justice and Difference
Justice toward Groups: Political Not Juridical, pp. 67-91
Melissa S. Williams

John Rawls, Mikhail Bakhtin, and the Praxis of Toleration, pp. 101-127
Brian Walker

Nathaniel Hawthorne and Conservatism’s “Night of Ambiguity”, pp. 128-146
Jonathan Mendilow

23, 2, 1995

Citizenship and Exclusion: Radical Democracy, Community, and Justice. Or, What is Wrong with Communitarianism?, pp. 211-246
Veit Bader

Public Reason and Cultural Pluralism: Political Liberalism and the Problem of Moral Conflict, pp. 253-279
James Bohman

The near Made Far Away: The Role of Cultural Criticism in Aristotle’s Political Theory, pp. 280-303
Gerald Mara

“Know Thyself”: Socratic Companionship and Platonic Community, pp. 304-329
Dan Avnon

Political Action and the Unconscious: Arendt and Lacan on Decentering the Subject, pp. 330-352
Frederick M. Dolan

Hobbes’s Biblical Beasts: Leviathan and Behemoth, pp. 353-375
Patricia Springborg

23, 3, 1995

Platonic Politics and the Good, pp. 411-424
C. D. C. Reeve

A Questioning of Justice: Kierkegaard, the Postmodern Critique and Political Theory, pp. 425-451
Elsebet Jegstrup

“Our Complicated System”: James Madison on Power and Liberty, pp. 452-475
James H. Read

Upward Contempt, pp. 476-499
William Ian Miller

23, 4, 1995

The Wisdom of the Multitude: Some Reflections on Book 3, Chapter 11 of Aristotle’s Politics, pp. 563-584
Jeremy Waldron

Sexual Performance as Political Performance in the Lettre a M. D’Alembert sur les Spectacles, pp. 585-616
Elizabeth Wingrove

Wollstonecraft as a Critic of Burke, pp. 617-634
David Bromwich

24, 1, 1996

Liberal versus Civic, Republican, Democratic, and Other Vocational Educations: Liberalism and Institutionalized Education, pp. 4-32
Richard E. Flathman

From Multiculturalism to Nationalism, pp. 33-45
Pierre Birnbaum; Tracy B. Strong

Toward a Feminist Theory of Freedom, pp. 46-67
Nancy J. Hirschmann

Political Consequences of Pragmatism, pp. 68-96
Jack Knight; James Johnson

24, 2, 1996

A Moderate Communitarian Proposal, pp. 155-171
Amitai Etzioni

Who is Cephalus?, pp. 172-199
Peter J. Steinberger

Locke on Toleration: The Transformation of Constraint, pp. 200-240
Ingrid Creppell

What Should We Expect from More Democracy?: Radically Democratic Responses to Politics, pp. 241-270
Mark E. Warren

Becoming an Evil Society: The Self and Strangers, pp. 271-294
Laurence Thomas

American Political Culture, Prophetic Narration, and Toni Morrison’s Beloved, pp. 295-314
George Shulman

24, 3, 1996

Justice, Impartiality, and Equality: Why the Concept of Justice Does Not Presume Equality, pp. 375-393
John Kane

Allegiance and Jurisdiction in Locke’s Doctrine of Tacit Consent, pp. 407-422
Julian H. Franklin

The Reasonableness of John Locke’s Majority: Property Rights, Consent, and Resistance in the Second Treatise, pp. 423-463
Jacqueline Stevens

Containing Indeterminacy: Problems of Representation and Determination in Marx and Althusser, pp. 464-492
William Corlett

On Being Ethical without Moral Sadism: Two Readings of Augustine and the Beginnings of the Anabaptist Revolution, pp. 493-517
Thomas Heilke

From Politics to Paralysis: Critical Intellectuals Answer the National Question, pp. 518-537
Joan Cocks

24, 4, 1996

Elements of Democratic Justice, pp. 579-619
Ian Shapiro

Politics and Coercion, pp. 620-652
E. A. Goerner; Walter J. Thompson

“How is It, Then, That We Still Remain Barbarians?”: Foucault, Schiller, and the Aestheticization of Ethics, pp. 653-672
Jane Bennett

“Public Man” and the Critique of Masculinities, pp. 673-686
Terrell Carver

Maxims, “Practical Wisdom,” and the Language of Action: Beyond Grand Theory, pp. 687-705
Ray Nichols

25, 1, 1997

A Communitarian Critique of Authoritarianism: The Case of Singapore, pp. 6-32
Daniel A. Bell

The Politics of Nonidentity: Adorno, Postmodernism-And Edward Said, pp. 33-56
Fred Dallmayr

Toward a Politics of Darkness: Individuality and Its Politics in Adorno’s Aesthetics, pp. 57-92
Morton Schoolman

Autonomy and Authority in Kant’s Rechtslehre, pp. 93-111
Kevin E. Dodson

Ruth, the Model Emigree: Mourning and the Symbolic Politics of Immigration, pp. 112-136
Bonnie Honig

25, 2, 1997

Promising, Consent, and Citizenship: Rawls and Cavell on Morality and Politics, pp. 171-192
Stephen Mulhall

Putnam and Cavell on the Ethics of Democracy, pp. 193-214
Richard Shusterman

Equality, Autonomy, and Cultural Rights, pp. 215-248
Geoffrey Brahm Levey

The Spread of Aristotle’s Political Theory in China, pp. 249-257
Michael C. Mi

Authenticity and Autonomy: Taylor, Habermas, and the Politics of Recognition, pp. 258-288
Maeve Cooke

25, 3, 1997

Making Exceptions: Some Remarks on the Concept of Coup d’etat and Its History, pp. 323-346
Jens Bartelson

Against Deliberation, pp. 347-376
Lynn M. Sanders

On Norberto Bobbio’s Theory of Democracy, pp. 377-400
Corina Yturbe

25, 4, 1997

Limousine Liberals, Welfare Conservatives: On Belief, Interest, and Inconsistency in Democratic Discourse, pp. 475-501
Andrew Stark

Weak Ontology and Liberal Political Reflection, pp. 502-523
Stephen K. White

Autonomy and Republicanism: Immanuel Kant’s Philosophy of Freedom, pp. 524-558
Heiner Bielefeldt

Communication, Criticism, and the Postmodern Consensus: An Unfashionable Interpretation of Michel Foucault, pp. 559-583
James Johnson

25, 5, 1997

Hobbes and the Foole, pp. 620-654
Kinch Hoekstra

Metaphysical Liberalism in Heidegger’s Beitrage zur Philosophie, pp. 655-679
Richard Polt

Erotic “Remedy” Prints and the Fall of the Aristocracy in Eighteenth-Century France, pp. 680-715
Mary L. Bellhouse

25, 6, 1997

The Cultural Conditions of Transnational Citizenship: On the Interpenetration of Political and Ethnic Cultures, pp. 771-813
Veit Bader

Simian Sovereignty, pp. 821-849
Robert E. Goodin; Carole Pateman; Roy Pateman

Banana Republic: A Response to Goodin, Pateman, and Pateman, pp. 850-854
John Seery

26, 1, 1998

Cabbage Heads and Gulps of Water: Hegel on the Terror, pp. 4-32
James Schmidt

Contextualizing Hegel’s Phenomenology of the French Revolution and the Terror, pp. 33-55
Robert Wokler

Transformative Constitutionalism and the Case of Religion: Defending the Moderate Hegemony of Liberalism, pp. 56-80
Stephen Macedo

26, 2, 1998

The Philosopher versus the Citizen: Arendt, Strauss, and Socrates, pp. 147-172
Dana R. Villa

Adam Ferguson Returns: Liberalism through a Glass, Darkly, pp. 173-197
Andreas Kalyvas; Ira Katznelson

Locke on King’s Prerogative, pp. 198-208
Pasquale Pasquino

Cultivated Conflicts, pp. 209-220
Helmut Dubiel

26, 3, 1998

David Easton: Reflections on an American Scholar, pp. 267-280
Tracy B. Strong

David Easton’s Postmodern Images, pp. 281-316
Henrik P. Bang

The Nature of Inequality: Uncovering the Modern in Leo Strauss’s Idealist Ethics, pp. 317-345
Robb A. McDaniel

“A Most Disagreeable Mirror”: Race Consciousness as Double Consciousness, pp. 346-369
Lawrie Balfour

From the Periphery of Modernity: Antonio Gramsci’s Theory of Subordination and Hegemony, pp. 370-391
Nadia Urbinati

26, 4, 1998

Doing without Knowing: Feminism’s Politics of the Ordinary, pp. 435-458
Linda M. G. Zerilli

Totalitarianism as a Problem for the Modern Conception of Politics, pp. 459-488
Michael Halberstam

Remembering Pericles: The Political and Theoretical Import of Plato’s Menexenus, pp. 489-513
S. Sara Monoson

Hegel on Justified Disobedience, pp. 514-535
Mark Tunick

26, 5, 1998

On Esotericism: Heidegger and/or Cassirer at Davos, pp. 603-651
Geoffrey Waite

Time in Zionism: The Life and Afterlife of a Temporal Revolution, pp. 652-685
Eyal Chowers

Liberalism and Multiculturalism: The Politics of Indifference, pp. 686-699
Chandran Kukathas

Forgiveness and Politics: Dirty Hands and Imperfect Procedures, pp. 700-724
Peter Digeser

26, 6, 1998

Democracy as Reflexive Cooperation: John Dewey and the Theory of Democracy Today, pp. 763-783
Axel Honneth; John M. M. Farrell

Democracy and Distribution: Aristotle on Just Desert, pp. 784-802
Jill Frank

Metaphysics in the Dark: A Response to Richard Rorty and Ernesto Laclau, pp. 803-817
Simon Critchley

27, 1, 1999

Evolutionary Narratives and Ecological Ethics, pp. 6-38
Leslie Paul Thiele

Political Oratory and Conversation: Cicero versus Deliberative Democracy, pp. 39-64
Gary Remer

Foucault and Critique: Deploying Agency against Autonomy, pp. 65-84
Mark Bevir

Composing the Moral Senses: Emerson and the Politics of Character in Nineteenth-Century America, pp. 85-120
Thomas Augst

27, 2, 1999

Another Justice, pp. 155-175
Michael Dillon

Citizenship and Norms of Publicity: Wide Public Reason in Cosmopolitan Societies, pp. 176-202
James Bohman

Politics, Nature, and Necessity: Were Aristotle’s Slaves Feeble Minded?, pp. 203-224
C. F. Goodey

27, 3, 1999

The Force of Freedom: Rousseau on Forcing to Be Free, pp. 299-333
Steven G. Affeldt

Toward a Democratic Rule of Law: East and West, pp. 334-356
Stephen L. Esquith

Using Legal Rules in an Indeterminate World: Overcoming the Limitations of Jurisprudence, pp. 357-378
Benjamin Gregg

27, 4, 1999

Thucydides on Human Nature, pp. 435-446
C. D. C. Reeve

East Meets West-Jan Patocka and Richard Rorty on Freedom: A Czech Philosopher Brought into Dialogue with American Postmodernism, pp. 447-459
Petr Lom

Castles in the Air: An Essay on Political Foundations, pp. 460-490
John E. Seery

The Architectonic of Michael Walzer’s Theory of Justice, pp. 491-522
Govert Den Hartogh

Max Weber’s Reconceptualization of Freedom, pp. 523-544
Kari Palonen

27, 5, 1999

Cultural Diversity and the Conversation of Justice: Reading Cavell on Political Voice and the Expression of Consent, pp. 579-596
David Owen

Religious Pluralism: Secularism or Priority for Democracy?, pp. 597-633
Veit Bader

Habermas and Religious Inclusion: Lessons from Kant’s Moral Theology, pp. 634-666
Brian J. Shaw
Establishing Toleration, pp. 667-693
Richard H. Dees

27, 6, 1999

The Simpsons: Atomistic Politics and the Nuclear Family, pp. 734-749
Paul A. Cantor

Of Our Favorite Nietzschean Question, pp. 750-768
Jason S. Caro

The Game of the Laws, pp. 769-788
Arthur J. Jacobson

Political Metaphysics: God in Global Capitalism (the Slave, the Masters, Lacan, and the Surplus), pp. 789-839
A. Kiarina Kordela


28, 1, 2000

George Kateb Aestheticism and Morality: Their Cooperation and Hostility, pp. 5-37

Patchen Markell Making Affect Safe for Democracy?: On “Constitutional Patriotism”, pp. 38-63

On Citizenship and Multicultural Vulnerability
Ayelet Shachar

“Western” versus “Islamic” Human Rights Conceptions?: A Critique of Cultural Essentialism in the Discussion on Human Rights, pp. 90-121
Heiner Bielefeldt

28, 2, 2000

Martin Heidegger’s Aristotelian National Socialism, pp. 140-166
Michael Allen Gillespie

Heidegger and the Political, pp. 167-196
Mark Blitz

“In Affirming Them, He Affirms Himself”: Max Weber’s Politics of Civil Society, pp. 197-229
Sung Ho Kim

Analytical Anarchism: Some Conceptual Foundations, pp. 230-253
Alan Carter

Chambery, 12 June 1754: Rousseau’s Writing on Inequality, pp. 254-272
Eli Friedlander

28, 3, 2000

Helvetius: From Radical Enlightenment to Revolution, pp. 307-336
David Wootton

Cartographic Convulsions: Public and Private Reconsidered, pp. 337-354
Diana Coole

Constructing Inequality: City Spaces and the Architecture of Citizenship, pp. 355-376
Susan Bickford

Michael Oakeshott and the City of God, pp. 377-398
Glenn Worthington

28, 4, 2000

Rights as Critique and the Critique of Rights: Karl Marx, Wendy Brown, and the Social Function of Rights, pp. 451-468
Kenneth Baynes

Taking Pragmatism Seriously
Five Myths about Pragmatism, Or, against a Second Pragmatic Acquiescence, pp. 480-508
Eric A. MacGilvray

In Defense of Disunity: Pragmatism, Hermeneutics, and the Social Sciences, pp. 509-539
Keith Topper

28, 5, 2000

Speed, Concentric Cultures, and Cosmopolitanism, pp. 596-618
William E. Connolly

Cosmopolitanism and the Circle of Reason, pp. 619-639
Pratap Bhanu Mehta

Rawlsian Global Justice: Beyond the Law of Peoples to a Cosmopolitan Law of Persons, pp. 640-674
Andrew Kuper

28, 6, 2000

What Enlightenment Project?, pp. 734-757
James Schmidt

Representation as Advocacy: A Study of Democratic Deliberation, pp. 758-786
Nadia Urbinati

Leo Strauss’s Platonic Liberalism, pp. 787-809
Steven B. Smith

29, 1, 2001

Hobbes, Romance, and the Contract of Mimesis, pp. 4-29
Victoria Kahn

Faking It: Hobbes’s Thinking-Bodies and the Ethics of Dissimulation, pp. 30-57
Samantha Frost

Historical Rights: The Evaluation of Nationalist Claims to Sovereignty, pp. 58-79
Chaim Gans

29, 2, 2001

Thoreau on Democratic Cultivation, pp. 155-189
Brian Walker

Notes on the State of America: Jeffersonian Democracy and the Production of a National Past, pp. 190-216
Catherine A. Holland

Friends, Compatriots, and Special Political Obligations, pp. 217-236
Christopher Heath Wellman

Michael Walzer, Industrial Democracy, and Complex Equality, pp. 237-261
Robert Mayer
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29, 3, 2001

Partial Justice, pp. 315-336
Sharon Krause

The Place of Negative Morality in Political Theory, pp. 337-363
Jonathan Allen

Justifying a Conception of the Good Life: The Problem of the 1844 Marx, pp. 364-394
Daniel Brudney

Derrida on Law; Or, Poststructuralism Gets Serious, pp. 395-423
John P. McCormick

29, 4, 2001

Traditio: Feminists of Color and the Torn Virtues of Democratic Engagement, pp. 488-516
Romand Coles

Popular Sovereignty and Nationalism, pp. 517-536
Bernard Yack

Hugo Grotius: Property and Consent, pp. 537-555
John Salter

Banishing the Particular: Rousseau on Rhetoric, Patrie, and the Passions, pp. 556-582
Arash Abizadeh

29, 5, 2001

Publicity’s Secret, pp. 624-650
Jodi Dean

Legitimacy and Economy in Deliberative Democracy, pp. 651-669
John S. Dryzek

Activist Challenges to Deliberative Democracy, pp. 670-690
Iris Marion Young

Political Theory and Language Policy, pp. 691-715
Alan Patten

The Culture(s) of the Republic: Nationalism and Multiculturalism in French Republican Thought, pp. 716-735
Cécile Laborde

29, 6, 2001

Constitutional Democracy: A Paradoxical Union of Contradictory Principles?, pp. 766-781
Jürgen Habermas; William Rehg

Of Boats and Principles: Reflections on Habermas’s “Constitutional Democracy”, pp. 782-791
Alessandro Ferrara

Dead Rights, Live Futures: A Reply to Habermas’s “Constitutional Democracy”, pp. 792-805
Bonnie Honig

Oakeshott’s Hobbes and the Fear of Political Rationalism, pp. 806-832
Ted H. Miller

Bad Civil Society, pp. 837-865
Simone Chambers; Jeffrey Kopstein
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30, 1, 2002

Killing (For) Politics: Jihad, Martyrdom, and Political Action, pp. 4-35
Roxanne L. Euben

Beyond Choice: Rethinking the Post-Rawlsian Debate over Egalitarian Justice, pp. 36-67
Andrew Stark

Defending Cultural Pluralism: Within Liberal Limits, pp. 68-96
Jonathan Riley

Special Section: Some Distance from Greece: Rethinking Arendt
Arendt against Athens: Rereading the Human Condition, pp. 97-123
Roy T. Tsao

Hannah Arendt and Roman Political Thought: The Practice of Theory, pp. 124-149
Dean Hammer

30, 2, 2002

Construing Disagreement: Consensus and Invective in “Constitutional” Debate, pp. 175-203
Gary Shiffman

Is Liberalism “All We Need”?: Lévinas’s Politics of Surplus, pp. 204-227
Annabel Herzog

Václav Havel and the Political Uses of Tragedy, pp. 228-258
Robert Pirro

What Is the Politics of Difference?, pp. 259-281
Adam James Tebble

30, 3, 2002

Liberalism and Its Discontents, pp. 320-338
Raymond Geuss

Keeping Republican Freedom Simple: On a Difference with Quentin Skinner, pp. 339-356
Philip Pettit

Attaining Rogers Smith’s Civic Ideals, pp. 357-383
David J. Lorenzo

Whiteness and the Participation-Inclusion Dilemma, pp. 384-409
Joel Olson

Redistribution, Recognition, and the State: The Irreducibly Political Dimension of Injustice, pp. 410-440
Leonard C. Feldman

30, 4, 2002

Special Issue, “What Is Political Theory?” with all invited essays

30, 5, 2002

Vergangenheitsbewältigung in the USA: On the Politics of the Memory of Slavery, pp. 623-648
Thomas McCarthy

The Physiology of the Citizen: The Present-Centered Body and Its Political Exile, pp. 649-676
Eyal Chowers

What Can Democratic Participation Mean Today?, pp. 677-701
Mark E. Warren

The Uncertain Inevitability of Decline in Montesquieu, pp. 702-727
Sharon R. Krause

30, 6, 2002

How to Deserve, pp. 774-799
David Schmidtz

Using Wittgenstein Critically: A Political Approach to Philosophy, pp. 800-827
Gaile Pohlhaus; John R. Wright

Political Revisions: Stanley Cavell and Political Philosophy, pp. 828-851
Andrew Norris

31, 1, 2003

Patchen Markell
Tragic Recognition: Action and Identity in Antigone and Aristotle
Political Theory 2003 31: 6-38. [PDF]

Kateri Carmola
Noble Lying: Justice and Intergenerational Tension in Plato’s Republic
Political Theory 2003 31: 39-62. [PDF]
J. Peter Euben
Platonic Noise
Political Theory 2003 31: 63-91. [PDF]
David Scott
Culture In Political Theory
Political Theory 2003 31: 92-115. [PDF]

31, 2, 2003

Anthony Pagden
Human Rights, Natural Rights, And Europe’s Imperial Legacy
Political Theory 2003 31: 171-199. [Abstract] [PDF]
Jennifer Pitts
Legislator Of The World? A Rereading of Bentham on Colonies
Political Theory 2003 31: 200-234. [Abstract] [PDF]
Cheryl B. Welch
Colonial Violence And The Rhetoric Of Evasion: Tocqueville on Algeria
Political Theory 2003 31: 235-264. [Abstract] [PDF]
Veit Bader
Religious Diversity And Democratic Institutional Pluralism
Political Theory 2003 31: 265-294. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]

31, 3, 2003

Robert Pippin
The Unavailability of the Ordinary: Strauss on the Philosophical Fate of Modernity
Political Theory 2003 31: 335-358. [Abstract] [PDF]
David Ingram
Between Political Liberalism and Postnational Cosmopolitanism: Toward an Alternative Theory of Human Rights
Political Theory 2003 31: 359-391. [Abstract] [PDF]
Alessandro Ferrara
Two Notions of Humanity and the Judgment Argument for Human Rights
Political Theory 2003 31: 392-420. [Abstract] [PDF]
Fred Dallmayr
Cosmopolitanism: Moral and Political
Political Theory 2003 31: 421-442. [Abstract] [PDF]

31, 4, 2003

Paul Franco
The Shapes of Liberal Thought: Oakeshott, Berlin, and Liberalism
Political Theory 2003 31: 484-507. [Abstract] [PDF]
Maria Dimova-Cookson
A New Scheme of Positive and Negative Freedom: Reconstructing T. H. Green on Freedom
Political Theory 2003 31: 508-532. [Abstract] [PDF]
Jonathan Salem-Wiseman
Heidegger’s Dasein and the Liberal Conception of the Self
Political Theory 2003 31: 533-557. [Abstract] [PDF]
Jacqueline Stevens
On the Morals of Genealogy
Political Theory 2003 31: 558-588. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]

31, 5, 2003
John P. McCormick
Machiavelli Against Republicanism: On the Cambridge School’s “Guicciardinian Moments”
Political Theory 2003 31: 615-643. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]
Cary J. Nederman
Commercial Society and Republican Government in the Latin Middle Ages: The Economic Dimensions of Brunetto Latini’s Republicanism
Political Theory 2003 31: 644-663. [Abstract] [PDF]
Tommie Shelby
Two Conceptions of Black Nationalism: Martin Delany on the Meaning of Black Political Solidarity
Political Theory 2003 31: 664-692. [Abstract] [PDF]
Farid Abdel-Nour
National Responsibility
Political Theory 2003 31: 693-719. [Abstract] [PDF]

31, 6, 2003

James Bohman
Deliberative Toleration
Political Theory 2003 31: 757-779. [Abstract] [PDF]
Monique Deveaux
A Deliberative Approach to Conflicts of Culture
Political Theory 2003 31: 780-807. [Abstract] [PDF]
Sofia Näsström
What Globalization Overshadows
Political Theory 2003 31: 808-834. [Abstract] [PDF]

32, 1, 2004

James Farr
Social Capital: A Conceptual History
Political Theory 2004 32: 6-33. [Abstract] [PDF]
Emily Hauptmann
A Local History of “The Political”
Political Theory 2004 32: 34-60. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]
Hans von Rautenfeld
Charitable Interpretations: Emerson, Rawls, and Cavell on the Use of Public Reason
Political Theory 2004 32: 61-84. [Abstract] [PDF]
Jason A. Scorza
Liberal Citizenship and Civic Friendship
Political Theory 2004 32: 85-108. [Abstract] [PDF]

32, 2, 2004

C. Fred Alford
Levinas and Political Theory
Political Theory 2004 32: 146-171. [Abstract] [PDF]
Simon Critchley
Five Problems in Levinas’s View of Politics and the Sketch of a Solution to them
Political Theory 2004 32: 172-185. [Abstract] [PDF]
Mary P. Nichols
Socrates’ Contest with the Poets in Plato’s Symposium
Political Theory 2004 32: 186-206. [Abstract] [PDF]
Colin Bird
Status, Identity, and Respect
Political Theory 2004 32: 207-232. [Abstract] [PDF]

32, 3, 2004

David A. Reidy
Rawls on International Justice: A Defense
Political Theory 2004 32: 291-319. [Abstract] [PDF]
Andreas Kalyvas
From the Act to the Decision: Hannah Arendt and the Question of Decisionism
Political Theory 2004 32: 320-346. [Abstract] [PDF]
Jane Bennett
The Force of Things: Steps toward an Ecology of Matter
Political Theory 2004 32: 347-372. [Abstract] [PDF]
Kennan Ferguson
I My Dog
Political Theory 2004 32: 373-395. [Abstract] [PDF]

32, 4, 2004

Paul Nieuwenburg
Learning to Deliberate: Aristotle on Truthfulness and Public Deliberation
Political Theory 2004 32: 449-467. [Abstract] [PDF]
Christina Tarnopolsky
Prudes, Perverts, and Tyrants: Plato and the Contemporary Politics of Shame
Political Theory 2004 32: 468-494. [Abstract] [PDF]
Alex Zakaras
Isaiah Berlin’s Cosmopolitan Ethics
Political Theory 2004 32: 495-518. [Abstract] [PDF]
Richard Boyd
Pity’s Pathologies Portrayed: Rousseau and the Limits of Democratic Compassion
Political Theory 2004 32: 519-546. [Abstract] [PDF]

32, 5, 2004

David Armitage
John Locke, Carolina, and the Two Treatises of Government
Political Theory 2004 32: 602-627. [Abstract] [PDF]
Sharon R. Krause
Hume and the (False) Luster of Justice
Political Theory 2004 32: 628-655. [Abstract] [PDF]
John Zumbrunnen
Elite Domination and the Clever Citizen: Aristophanes’ Archarnians and Knights
Political Theory 2004 32: 656-677. [Abstract] [PDF]
Romand Coles
Moving Democracy: Industrial Areas Foundation Social Movements and the Political Arts of Listening, Traveling, and Tabling
Political Theory 2004 32: 678-705. [Abstract] [PDF]

32, 6, 2004

Thomas McCarthy
Coming to Terms with Our Past, Part II: On the Morality and Politics of Reparations for Slavery
Political Theory 2004 32: 750-772. [Abstract] [PDF]
Laura Janara
Brothers and Others: Tocqueville and Beaumont, U.S. Genealogy, Democracy, and Racism
Political Theory 2004 32: 773-800. [Abstract] [PDF]
George Klosko
Multiple Principles of Political Obligation
Political Theory 2004 32: 801-824. [Abstract] [PDF]
Davide Panagia
The Force of Political Argument
Political Theory 2004 32: 825-848. [Abstract] [PDF]

33, 1, 2005

Steven B. Smith
What Kind of Democrat was Spinoza?
Political Theory 2005 33: 6-27. [Abstract] [PDF]
Jeff Spinner-Halev
Hinduism, Christianity, and Liberal Religious Toleration
Political Theory 2005 33: 28-57. [Abstract] [PDF]
Eric Nelson
Liberty: One or Two Concepts Liberty: One Concept Too Many?
Political Theory 2005 33: 58-78. [Abstract] [PDF]
John Christman
Saving Positive Freedom
Political Theory 2005 33: 79-88. [Abstract] [PDF]

33, 2, 2005

Linda M. G. Zerilli
“We Feel Our Freedom”: Imagination and Judgment in the Thought of Hannah Arendt
Political Theory 2005 33: 158-188. [Abstract] [PDF]
Fonna Forman-Barzilai
Sympathy in Space(s): Adam Smith on Proximity
Political Theory 2005 33: 189-217. [Abstract] [PDF]
John S. Dryzek
Deliberative Democracy in Divided Societies: Alternatives to Agonism and Analgesia
Political Theory 2005 33: 218-242. [Abstract] [PDF]
Jiwei Ci
Taking the Reasons for Human Rights Seriously
Political Theory 2005 33: 243-265. [Abstract] [PDF]

33, 3, 2005

Nikolas Kompridis
Normativizing Hybridity/Neutralizing Culture
Political Theory 2005 33: 318-343. [Abstract] [PDF]
Elizabeth Wingrove
Getting Intimate with Wollstonecraft: In the Republic of Letters
Political Theory 2005 33: 344-369. [Abstract] [PDF]
Christian F. Rostbøll
Preferences and Paternalism: On Freedom and Deliberative Democracy
Political Theory 2005 33: 370-396. [Abstract] [PDF]
Archon Fung
Deliberation before the Revolution: Toward an Ethics of Deliberative Democracy in an Unjust World
Political Theory 2005 33: 397-419. [Abstract] [PDF]

33, 4, 2005

Jack Turner
Performing Conscience: Thoreau, Political Action, and the Plea for John Brown
Political Theory 2005 33: 448-471. [Abstract] [PDF]
Arlene W. Saxonhouse
Another Antigone: The Emergence of the Female Political Actor in Euripides’ Phoenician Women
Political Theory 2005 33: 472-494. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]
Samantha Frost
Hobbes and the Matter of Self-Consciousness
Political Theory 2005 33: 495-517. [Abstract] [PDF]
Stephen C. Angle
Decent Democratic Centralism
Political Theory 2005 33: 518-546. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]
Brooke A. Ackerly
Is Liberalism the Only Way Toward Democracy?: Confucianism and Democracy
Political Theory 2005 33: 547-576. [Abstract] [PDF]

33, 5, 2005

Robert S. Taylor
Kantian Personal Autonomy
Political Theory 2005 33: 602-628. [Abstract] [PDF]
Loren A. King
The Federal Structure of a Republic of Reasons
Political Theory 2005 33: 629-653. [Abstract] [PDF]
Jason Kosnoski
Artful Discussion: John Dewey’s Classroom as a Model of Deliberative Association
Political Theory 2005 33: 654-677. [Abstract] [PDF]
Micah Schwartzman
The Relevance of Locke’s Religious Arguments for Toleration
Political Theory 2005 33: 678-705. [Abstract] [PDF]

33, 6, 2005

Burke A. Hendrix
Memory in Native American Land Claims
Political Theory 2005 33: 763-785. [Abstract] [PDF]
Lawrie Balfour
Reparations After Identity Politics
Political Theory 2005 33: 786-811. [Abstract] [PDF]
Daniel Brudney
On Noncoercive Establishment
Political Theory 2005 33: 812-839. [Abstract] [PDF]
Mark Button
“A Monkish Kind of Virtue”? For and Against Humility
Political Theory 2005 33: 840-868. [Abstract] [PDF]
William E. Connolly
The Evangelical-Capitalist Resonance Machine
Political Theory 2005 33: 869-886. [Abstract] [PDF]


34, 1, 2006

Simona Forti
The Biopolitics of Souls: Racism, Nazism, and Plato
Political Theory 2006 34: 9-32. [Abstract] [PDF]
Michael L. Frazer
Esotericism Ancient and Modern: Strauss Contra Straussianism on the Art of Political-Philosophical Writing
Political Theory 2006 34: 33-61. [Abstract] [PDF]
Joseph H. Lane, Jr. and Rebecca R. Clark
The Solitary Walker in the Political World: The Paradoxes of Rousseau and Deep Ecology
Political Theory 2006 34: 62-94. [Abstract] [PDF]
Matthew Sharpe
The Aesthetics of Ideology, or ‘The Critique of Ideological Judgment’ in Eagleton and Zizek
Political Theory 2006 34: 95-120. [Abstract] [PDF]

34, 2, 2006

Helen M. Kinsella
Gendering Grotius: Sex and Sex Difference in the Laws of War
Political Theory 2006 34: 161-191. [Abstract] [PDF]
Margaret Kohn and Daniel I. O’Neill
A Tale of Two Indias: Burke and Mill on Empire and Slavery in the West Indies and America
Political Theory 2006 34: 192-228. [Abstract] [PDF]
Aletta J. Norval
Democratic Identification: A Wittgensteinian Approach
Political Theory 2006 34: 229-255. [Abstract] [PDF]

34, 3, 2006

Robert E. Goodin
Liberal Multiculturalism: Protective and Polyglot
Political Theory 2006 34: 289-303. [Abstract] [PDF]
Ranjoo Seodu Herr
In Defense of Nonliberal Nationalism
Political Theory 2006 34: 304-327. [Abstract] [PDF]
Benjamin Straumann
“Ancient Caesarian Lawyers” in a State of Nature: Roman Tradition and Natural Rights in Hugo Grotius’s De iure praedae
Political Theory 2006 34: 328-350. [Abstract] [PDF]

34, 4, 2006

Bernard Yack
Rhetoric and Public Reasoning: An Aristotelian Understanding of Political Deliberation
Political Theory 2006 34: 417-438. [Abstract] [PDF]
Lasse Thomassen
The Inclusion of the Other?: Habermas and the Paradox of Tolerance
Political Theory 2006 34: 439-462. [Abstract] [PDF]
Adam James Tebble
Exclusion for Democracy
Political Theory 2006 34: 463-487. [Abstract] [PDF]

34, 5, 2006

Andrew Sabl
Noble Infirmity: Love of Fame in Hume
Political Theory 2006 34: 542-568. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]
Darren R. Walhof
Friendship, Otherness, and Gadamer’s Politics of Solidarity
Political Theory 2006 34: 569-593. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]
Andrew Knops
Delivering Deliberation’s Emancipatory Potential
Political Theory 2006 34: 594-623. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]

34, 6, 2006

Wendy Brown
American Nightmare: Neoliberalism, Neoconservatism, and De-Democratization
Political Theory 2006 34: 690-714. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]
Mika LaVaque-Manty
Dueling for Equality: Masculine Honor and the Modern Politics of Dignity
Political Theory 2006 34: 715-740. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]
Mary L. Bellhouse
Candide Shoots the Monkey Lovers: Representing Black Men in Eighteenth-Century French Visual Culture
Political Theory 2006 34: 741-784. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]

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